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    • Donna Raggio

      Polymer clay beads waiting to get baked. #polymerclay #beads

    • Amy Stein

      diy Fimo Clay Beads tutorials | Polymer clay beads waiting to be baked. So pretty! By ... | Fimo tuto ...

    • Oni Johnson

      I like this set up for baking beads also how pretty are these beads??

    • Janet Maitland

      Baking charms

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